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Harvest Magick

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating Details  ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
A Midwest witch hires a specialist to design a corn maze in her fields for the harvest celebration, as a fundraiser for her niece’s school. She’s tied to the land and he’s just passing through, but long nights working side-by-side in the fields and getting sweaty in the barn have them both wishing they could find their way to a future together. Only time will tell if her h ...more
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Published August 23rd 2010 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc.
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LynnMarie
Dec 09, 2010 LynnMarie rated it it was amazing
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Ms. Dunne has created a wonderful witty charming story combining love and magic, with some realistic and loveable characters.

Two years ago, Ally Nichols dropped out of college and moved in with her younger sister Susan and her daughter Cindy, after Susan’s husband Brian died tragically. Unbeknownst to anyone, Ally a botany student had become a witch in college. For the past two years, the farm has prospered thanks to her organic farming techniques and her mysterious ways of magic.
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Mar 04, 2011 The Pen & Muse rated it it was amazing
Have you ever have to keep a secret from someone that you love? It is really hard when you think that what you have to say might hurt that person. Ally Nichols has that same problem in Jennifer Dunne’s new short novel Harvest Magick (ebook, $5.20).

A Midwest witch hires a specialist to design a corn maze in her fields for the harvest celebration, as a fundraiser for her niece’s school. She’s tied to the land and he’s just passing through, but long nights working side-by-side in the fields and get
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Jennifer Dunne wrote her first “book” at the age of four, telling the story of a lost little girl and the helpful elephant who leads her home. She was all set for a career in the literary arts, to begin in that far off misty future after kindergarten — then she discovered a book about “the new math” on the coffee table, and fell in love with numbers instead. After getting a degree in math followed ...more
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